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Issues & Experts >  Issues & Experts Archive > Election, Olympics, port operations - Issues, Experts and Ideas

Election, Olympics, port operations - Issues, Experts and Ideas

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January 24, 2006
Changing of the political guard

There's a new government leading Canada, headed by the Conservatives' Stephen Harper. What's ahead for Harper in the short term? Veteran SFU political scientist Patrick Smith can look at the impact of a minority Conservative government. For a list of SFU's election experts check the website below. Political science instructor Greg Clarke is teaching a course this semester on the Canadian Constitution and can also look at issues related to the formation of a minority government.

Election Experts Website
www.sfu.ca/mediapr/news_releases/issues_experts/issues_experts_archives_2003/issues01030601.htm


Competition stress

SFU psychologist David Cox is already feeling an adrenaline rush in anticipation of the winter Olympics in Turin, Italy Feb 10-26. The sport psychologist is heading to his third Olympic games, this time to work with Canada's cross-country ski team and members of its ice skating contingent. Cox can talk about the pressures - from taking part in major events such as the opening ceremonies, to concerns about equipment, injuries or weather - and how he helps athletes stay focused.



Improving port operations

Improving waterfront transportation and port operations - issues of relevance in a port city such as Vancouver - will be the focus of an international symposium on operations research. Operations Research: Real World Challenges, is being organized by SFU Surrey mathematics professor Abraham Punnen, a leader in the field of operations research. It will be held on Friday, Jan. 27 from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. in the IRMACS lecture hall (top floor of the applied sciences building), SFU's Burnaby campus.
For more information check math-optima1.surrey.sfu.ca/orc/orc.htm